Tuesday, April 7, 2015
I recently learned of a certain gardening hack where you can, quite easily, regrow celery from an old stalk. And I mean OLD. I had one in the refrigerator for three weeks that was half used (which is typical), and fairly limp and lifeless. Normally it would've ended up in the compost bin, but after discovering that I could simply soak the bottom of the stalk in water for a few days and then once the stalk started to leaf out again I could plant it in some dirt, I thought, BRILLIANT! This process can also be used with Romaine lettuce and Bok Choi.